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Unknown German helmet with markings?

Unknown German helmet with markings? Article about: Hello, I believe the helmet to be an m40 shell. But what are these markings? have you guys seem them before? Or have a value for the helmet? Thanks guys! 12-08-2015, 04:24 PM #1. wperez? Unknown German helmet with markings?

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All about the rare Nazi M42 Helmet (Stahlhelm M42) - RelicsWW2

The helmet of the 1942 model (M42) is the most common of all German army helmets used during the Second World War. This is primarily due to the fact that the release of M42 was carried out from 1942 to 1945, while most of the helmets of the early models were lost during the fighting. For this reason, currently, of the entire "model range ...

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Helmet ID - German War Helmet - German Helmet ID

Helmet ID. This webpage is designed to illustrate the basics of certain models and manufacturers of German helmets. It will help you determine the type of helmet and which branch of service in which it may have been used. Next step will be …

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IMPERIAL GERMAN HELMETS - germanmilitaria.com

C013984 EAST GERMAN MODEL M56 COMBAT HELMET. C013684 EAST GERMAN MODEL M56/66 COMBAT HELMET. C001884 EAST GERMAN MBII HELMET WITH CAMOUFLAGE NET. OTHER NATIONS 1914-45 & POST WW2 ITEMS. To see our complete inventory of early Other Nations Post WW2 items Click Here. C013484 WEST GERMAN M62 COMBAT …

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United States Army Headgear 1855-1902

46. Helmet for officers of foot troops, helmet with spike for field officers, and officer's summer helmet 67 47. Helmet for enlisted men 68 48. Helmets for field, mounted, and foot officers 71 49. Helmet for enlisted men 71 50. Helmet for mounted enlisted men 72 51. The Kilpatrick helmet 72 52. Altered model 1872 helmet 72 53.

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Liners -

Liners and Details. In 1934 a new liner system for German helmets was adopted, namely the model 1931 liner. The new liner took into account the size of a soldier's head rather than only the helmet shell size. The M31 liner consists of two interlocking metal bands which are connected to each other with 5 steel leaf springs.

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GermanHelmet.com

Many hobbyists refurbish these German helmets for fun and even profit. We believe reproduction items should look authentic on film. Remember though, It is important to recognize that on film or reenactment you want the appearance of newly issued gear and clothing, because at that time they were! ... MARKINGS: Chin strap maker markings alone are ...

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GERMANY WWI | Combat Relics

Original WWI German M1917 helmet unit marked 2. Machine Gun Kompanie. The helmet is manufactured by Gebruder Gnüchtel, with faint smelting lot number. Field grey paint with a slightly glossy finish correct for this maker, never cleaned or polished. The helmet is complete with original M1917 liner and chinstrap.

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Production Details 1 -

All German helmets manufactured before 1942/1943 have the factory code and shell size stamped on the inside near the left chinstrap bale (D-ring). Later production of M40 and M42 helmets have the factory code stamped on the inside rear skirt above the lot number stamp. Early rivets were made of b...

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Head Gear — POOR MANS MILITARIA

Head Gear — POOR MANS MILITARIA. WWII US M-1 101st AIRBORNE 506st PIR HELMET ALL ORIGINAL. HEAT STAMP 626A. A-125-2 ID IN SHELL (HG-43) WWII GERMAN SS M-42 HELMET IN ORIGINAL SHIPPING CRATE. SHIPPED TO "MRS. C DeSIMONE" IN MARCUS HOOK PENNA" FROM HER HUSBAND "PFC JOE DeSIMONE" HELMET IDENTIFIED TO …

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Collecting WWII-Era M1 Helmets: A Beginner's Guide ...

Original helmets with proven, period-applied unit markings such as airborne or other unit markings will increase the price exponentially, but are outside the scope of this article. Beware of fakes . A collector should keep in mind that while books are a great way to increase your knowledge, some details are just better for one to see.

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RESTORED HELMETS & PARTS - svmilitaria.com

German Helmet Liner Info. This information applies to BOTH original and replica liners. German WWII helmets models M35, M40 and M42 come in one of seven sizes. The liners DO NOT adjust, and are not universal as are US liners. This is a source of endless confusion and consternation to collectors and re-enactors.

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Third Reich, Nazi & WW2 German Helmet Decals - Pairs ...

Your World War 2 militaria web source for U.S. & Third Reich military decorations, medals, ribbons, badges, patches, pins, flags, caps & headgear, cuff titles, officer's rings & much more. Specializing in Nazi, WWII German militaria. Catalog and phone orders welcome. Reddick Militaria s German Helmet Decals are the highest quality available, and we offer the widest …

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WWII German Helmets - World War Two Helmets

And, unlike the US M1 helmet, the German helmet came in a variety of sizes. For collectors, it is always important to identify the manufacturer and size of a helmet. This is easily discerned by locating the manufacturer code and the size stamp underneath the skirt of a helmet. The typical sizes of German helmets are: 60, 62, 64, 66, and 68.

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Luftwaffe Camouflage And Markings

Helmet Shell Markings German Helmets Com. German WWII Nazi Military Surplus Steel Helmet Parts Nets. WW2Germanequip. Real Colors By AK. B 17G Flying Fortress By Peter Kormos Academy 1 72. Camouflage And Markings Of Messerschmitt Me 109 – IPMS. BarracudaStudios. German Kriegsmarine Uniforms For Sale Fallschirmjager.

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From Behind the Iron Curtain: Communist Bloc Helmets ...

This helmet lead to the first true East German helmet, the Model 1954. In appearance, it is similar to the German M-35 but it does have considerably more square shape. These were used by the border police and VOPO forces. These helmets are extremely rare today. The Model 1954 were replaced by the Model 1956, the most recognizable helmet from ...

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The main German helmets of the World War 2

German helmet (Stahlhelm) M16, M17, M18. Model M16, as its marking says, started being produced in the 3 rd Reich in 1916 and was actively used by the Germans in WW1. M16 was made of a solid steel sheet with a forged method. M16 has a recognizable form - it has a large peak and a neck- flap, also there were so called "horns" on the side of ...

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German WW2 Helmet Liner Stamps - WarHats.com

German Paratrooper Helmet Liner Manufacturer Stamp Mid to Late War #2. £9.49. Add to Cart. This liner stamp was used mainly on mid war M38 helmet liners but is also found on later war helmets. Baumuster was the 'Model' of the liner and Hersteller the manufacturer.

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Restored WW2 Helmets | German Helmets Inc

Helmet Size 64 (liner size 56-57) $329.00 AVAILABLE. Helmet Size 66 (liner size 58-59) $349.00 AVAILABLE. Helmet Size 68 (liner size 60-61) $459.00 SOLD OUT. Helmet restoration services. There are those that have their own WW2 German helmet and prefer to have it restored rather than buy a complete helmet.

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Third Reich Refurbished Helmets - Germania International

DESCRIPTION: Here is a size '59' 'M-43' helmet. This again is a 100-percent real German WWII helmet completely and expertly refurbished with new liner, strap, decal, and repainted to resemble the actual original color. It still has the back of shell marking ('NS 64 250'). The decal is the best type out there.

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Stahlhelm Markings - Alternate Wars

Helmet markings, either in the form of decals, or painted on, were worn from 1923 to 1933, and based on the colours of the various German states. The National Socialists, when they attained power in 1933, preferred to stress the unity of the German nation, and adopted a tricolour shield to replace the older state colours.

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Used Original Imperial German WWI M16 Stahlhelm Helmet ...

That number is the size of the helmet in centimeters as measured around the inside dome at the level of the three split-pin holes. Typical markings are ET64, Q66, W66, BF64, K64 and so on. For explanation of the maker marks, refer to the maker chart at the bottom of this page. Question: The maker and size markings are obscured on my WW1 German ...

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GERMANY WWII HEADGEAR | Combat Relics

Consulting the German helmet lot number database available on GHW2 this helmet falls within the range of other Luftwaffe double decal helmets. The helmet is named to the former owner "Kontor". The liner is original to the helmet, with tight pins holding it in place, the soldier has used a boot lace to replace the liner string, which is commonly ...

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What's inside II, German Helmet Liners 1940-1945 ...

A commonly encountered German helmet liner was made by the firm Biedermann & Czarnikow. ... Markings. From 1937 on manufactures were required to mark the side of the helmet liner with their company name, city and the date of production. This was done for quality control purposes. Starting in 1942 a change to this policy was required.

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WWII — POOR MANS MILITARIA

wwii german helmet with interesting lighting bolt insignia (hg-74) WWII U.S. ARMY AIRBORNE PARACHUTE MARKED AND DATE OF MANUFACTURE SEPT. 27, 1941 (UE-15 SOLD WWII GERMAN III REICH DRK RED CROSS TELEPHONE DATED 1942 FROM (WWII-15)

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German steel helmet markings question - Uniforms,Cap ...

I've just back a German M16/M17 steel helmet shell that I acquired a number of years ago having been restored. It didn't look like this when I first got it - liner holes filled with car body filler, then covered with a thick layer of black paint, covering a layer of gold paint, rather sadly apparently covering what appeared to be much of it's original field-grey paint .

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Gallery - German War Helmet

WWII German Helmets and Headgear Following Items Are Not For Sale M35 ET64 German Army Helmet Factory paint is nearly pea green. Production #4098. Reinforced aluminum liner band is manufacturer stamped and dated Schuberth-Werke K.-G. Braunschweig 1938. Acceptance domestamp slightly visible. Chinstrap manufacturer stamped and dated Carl …

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German Pickelhaube Identification Guide

Introduction: A common source of frustration and confusion for collectors and historians alike, is the seemingly complex differences in the way that rank is differentiated with Imperial German Pickelhauben (Helmets), or the vast differences is Pickelhaube characteristics such as the pattern of spike, visor trim, etc.

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WW1 German Helmet Stencils and Templates from WWI ...

WW1 German Helmet, Caps & Equipment Markings: During WW1 the Germans were very efficient and marked up much of their equipment at various stages of the process from manufacture to issue and repair. This included helmets (to a lesser extent) and caps & pickelhaubes (to a greater extent).

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Pickelhaube: The story of the German spiked helmet ...

It is important to the collector to make sure the regimental markings properly match with the helmet front plate. Metal Trim The front plate (Helnzier) is the most important element of the spiked helmet. Troops of the different German States were able to show regional patriotism with their own heraldic crest.

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know your German ww2 helmet & inside codes, numbers …

Here are the codes to German helmets: credit to German-Helmets.com for this More than 25 Million German combat helmets were manufactured during the Second World War. ... Next to the letters was stamped the metric shell size of the helmet. In addition to these markings, helmets also received a stamped number in the rear center of the helmet's ...

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